1 User s Guide Metered Rack Power Distribution Unit
3 Contents Introduction... 1 Product Features Access Priorities for Logging on Types of User Accounts Watchdog Features Overview Network interface watchdog mechanism Resetting the network timer Getting Started Establishing Network Settings TCP/IP configuration methods INI file utility DHCP and BOOTP configuration Command Line Interface Recovering from a Lost Password Rack PDU Front Panel... 8 Display tree Network Status LED /100 LED Load indicator LED Command Line Interface About the Command Line Interface Logging on to the Command Line Interface Remote access to the command line interface Local access to the command line interface About the Main Screen Using the Command Line Interface i
4 Command Syntax Command Response Codes Network Management Card Command Descriptions ? about alarmcount boot cd console date delete dir dns eventlog exit format FTP help netstat ntp ping portspeed prompt quit radius reboot resettodef snmp, snmpv system tcpip tcpip user web xferini xferstatus ii
5 Device Command Descriptions bklowload bknearover bkoverload bkreading devlowload devnearover devoverload devreading humlow hummin humreading phlowload phnearover phoverload phreading prodinfo sensorname temphigh tempmax tempreading whoami Web Interface...42 Supported Web Browsers Logging On to the Web Interface Overview URL address formats Web Interface Features Tabs Device status icons Quick Links Other Web interface features About the Home Tab The Overview view The Alarm Status view Device Management...47 About the Device Manager Tab Viewing the Load Status and Peak Load iii
6 Configuring Load Thresholds Configuring the Name and Location of the Rack PDU Resetting Peak Load and kwh Environment Configuring Temperature and Humidity Sensors Logs Using the Event and Data Logs Event log Data log How to use FTP or SCP to retrieve log files Administration: Security Local Users Setting user access Remote Users Authentication RADIUS Configuring the RADIUS Server Summary of the configuration procedure Configuring a RADIUS server on UNIX with shadow passwords 60 Supported RADIUS servers Inactivity Timeout Administration: Network Features TCP/IP and Communication Settings TCP/IP settings DHCP response options Ping Response Port Speed DNS iv
7 Web Console SNMP SNMPv SNMPv FTP Server Administration: Notification...74 Event Actions Types of notification Configuring event actions Active, Automatic, Direct Notification notification SNMP traps SNMP Trap Test Remote Monitoring Service Syslog Administration: General Options...82 Identification Set the Date and Time Mode Daylight saving Format Use an.ini File Event Log and Temperature Units Color-code event log text Change the default temperature scale Reset the Rack PDU Configure Links About the Rack PDU v
8 Device IP Configuration Wizard Capabilities, Requirements, and Installation How to use the Wizard to configure TCP/IP settings System requirements Installation Use the Wizard Launch the Wizard Configure the basic TCP/IP settings remotely Configure or reconfigure the TCP/IP settings locally How to Export Configuration Settings Retrieving and Exporting the.ini File Summary of the procedure Contents of the.ini file Detailed procedures The Upload Event and Error Messages The event and its error messages Messages in config.ini Errors generated by overridden values Related Topics File Transfers How to Upgrade Firmware Benefits of upgrading firmware Firmware files Obtaining the latest firmware version Firmware File Transfer Methods Using FTP or SCP to upgrade one Rack PDU How to upgrade multiple Rack PDUs Using the Firmware Upgrade Utility for multiple upgrades Using XMODEM to upgrade one Rack PDU Using a USB flash drive to upgrade one Rack PDU Verifying Upgrades and Updates Verify the success or failure of the transfer Last Transfer Result codes Verify the version numbers of installed firmware vi
9 Troubleshooting Rack PDU Access Problems Appendix A: List of Supported Commands Network Management Card Command Descriptions Device Command Descriptions Index vii
11 Introduction Product Features The American Power Conversion (APC ) Metered Rack Power Distribution Unit (PDU) is a standalone, network-manageable power distribution device that monitors the current, voltage, and power for the Rack PDU power outlets. You can manage a Rack PDU through its Web Interface, its Command Line Interface, InfraStruxure Central, or Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP). (To use the PowerNet MIB with an SNMP browser, see the PowerNet SNMP Management Information Base (MIB) Reference Guide, available at Rack PDUs have these additional features: Voltage, current, power, and energy monitoring for the device, phase, and bank as applicable. Configurable alarm thresholds that provide network and visual alarms to help avoid overloaded circuits. Three levels of user access accounts: Administrator, Device User, and Read-Only User. Event and data logging. The event log is accessible by Telnet, Secure CoPy (SCP), File Transfer Protocol (FTP), serial connection, or Web browser (using HTTPS access with SSL, or using HTTP access). The data log is accessible by Web browser, SCP, or FTP. notifications for Rack PDU and system events. SNMP traps, Syslog messages, and notifications based on the severity level or category of the Rack PDU and system events. Security protocols for authentication and encryption. Note: The Rack PDU does not provide power surge protection. To ensure that the device is protected from power failure or power surges, connect the Rack PDU to an APC Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS). Access Priorities for Logging on Only one user at a time can log on to the Rack PDU. The priority for access, beginning with the highest priority, is as follows: Local access to the command line interface from a computer with a direct serial connection to the Rack PDU Telnet or Secure SHell (SSH) access to the command line interface from a remote computer Web access, either directly or through InfraStruxure Central Note: See SNMP on page 70 for information about how SNMP access to the Rack PDU is controlled. 1
12 Types of User Accounts The Rack PDU has three levels of access (Administrator, Device User, and Read-Only User), which are protected by user name and password requirements. An Administrator can use all of the menus in the Web interface and all of the commands in the command line interface. The default user name and password are both apc. A Device User can access only the following: In the Web interface, the menus on the Device Manager tab, the Environment tab, and the event and data logs, accessible under the Events and Data headings on the left navigation menu of the Logs tab. The event and data logs display no button to clear the log. In the command line interface, the equivalent features and options. The default user name is device, and the default password is apc. A Read-Only User has the following restricted access: Access through the Web interface only. Access to the same tabs and menus as a Device User, but without the capability to change configurations, control devices, delete data, or use file transfer options. Links to configuration options are visible but disabled. The event and data logs display no button to clear the log. The default user name is readonly, and the default password is apc. To set User Name and Password values for the three account types, see Setting user access on page 57. Watchdog Features Overview To detect internal problems and recover from unanticipated inputs, the Rack PDU uses internal, systemwide watchdog mechanisms. When it restarts to recover from an internal problem, a System: Warmstart event is recorded in the event log. Network interface watchdog mechanism The Rack PDU implements internal watchdog mechanisms to protect itself from becoming inaccessible over the network. For example, if the Rack PDU does not receive any network traffic for 9.5 minutes (either direct traffic, such as SNMP, or broadcast traffic, such as an Address Resolution Protocol [ARP] request), it assumes that there is a problem with its network interface and restarts. Resetting the network timer To ensure that the Rack PDU does not restart if the network is quiet for 9.5 minutes, the Rack PDU attempts to contact the default gateway every 4.5 minutes. If the gateway is present, it responds to the Rack PDU, and the response restarts the 9.5-minute timer. If your application does not require or have a gateway, specify the IP address of a computer that is running on the network and is on the subnet. The network traffic of that computer will restart the 9.5-minute time frequently enough to prevent the Rack PDU from restarting. 2
13 Getting Started To start using the Rack PDU: 1. Install the Rack PDU using the Rack Power Distribution Unit Installation Instructions that were shipped with your Rack PDU. 2. Apply power and connect to your network. Follow the directions in the Rack Power Distribution Unit Installation Instructions. 3. Establish network settings. (See Establishing Network Settings on page 3.) 4. Begin using the Rack PDU by way of one of the following: Web Interface on page 42 Command Line Interface on page 13 Rack PDU Front Panel on page 8 Establishing Network Settings Note: Disregard the procedures described in this section if you have APC InfraStruxure Central as part of your system. See the documentation for your InfraStruxure device for more information. You must configure the following TCP/IP settings before the Rack PDU can operate on a network: IP address of the Rack PDU Subnet mask Default gateway Note: If a default gateway is unavailable, use the IP address of a computer that is located on the same subnet as the Rack PDU and that is usually running. The Rack PDU uses the default gateway to test the network when traffic is very light. Caution: Do not use the loopback address ( ) as the default gateway address for the Rack PDU. It disables the card and requires you to reset TCP/IP settings to their defaults using a local serial login. See Watchdog Features on page 2 for more information about about the watchdog role of the default gateway. TCP/IP configuration methods Use one of the following methods to define the TCP/IP settings needed by the Rack PDU: INI file utility Device IP Configuration Wizard on page 87 DHCP and BOOTP configuration on page 4 Command Line Interface on page 6 You can use the INI file export utility to export INI file settings from configured Rack PDUs to one or more unconfigured Rack PDUs. For more information, see Use an.ini File on page 83. 3
14 DHCP and BOOTP configuration The default TCP/IP configuration setting, DHCP, assumes that a properly configured DHCP server is available to provide TCP/IP settings to Rack PDU. You can also configure the setting for BOOTP. A user configuration (INI) file can function as a BOOTP or DHCP boot file. For more information, see Use an.ini File on page 83. If neither of these servers is available, see Device IP Configuration Wizard on page 87 or Command Line Interface on page 6. BOOTP. For the Rack PDU to use a BOOTP server to configure its TCP/IP settings, it must find a properly configured RFC951-compliant BOOTP server. In the BOOTPTAB file of the BOOTP server, enter the Rack PDU s MAC address, IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway, and, optionally, a bootup file name. Look for the MAC address on the bottom of the Rack PDU or on the Quality Assurance slip included in the package. When the Rack PDU reboots, the BOOTP server provides it with the TCP/IP settings. If you specified a bootup file name, the Rack PDU attempts to transfer that file from the BOOTP server using TFTP or FTP. The Rack PDU assumes all settings specified in the bootup file. If you did not specify a bootup file name, you can configure the other settings of the Rack PDU remotely through its Web Interface or Command Line Interface ; the user name and password are both apc, by default. To create a bootup file, see your BOOTP server documentation. 4
15 DHCP. You can use an RFC2131/RFC2132-compliant DHCP server to configure the TCP/IP settings for the Rack PDU. This section summarizes the Rack PDU s communication with a DHCP server. For more detail about how a DHCP server can configure the network settings for a Rack PDU, see DHCP response options on page The Rack PDU sends out a DHCP request that uses the following to identify itself: A Vendor Class Identifier (APC by default) A Client Identifier (by default, the MAC address of the Rack PDU) A User Class Identifier (by default, the identification of the application firmware installed on the Rack PDU) 2. A properly configured DHCP server responds with a DHCP offer that includes all the settings that the Rack PDU needs for network communication. The DHCP offer also includes the Vendor Specific Information option (DHCP option 43). The Rack PDU can be configured to ignore DHCP offers that do not encapsulate the APC cookie in DHCP option 43 using the following hexadecimal format. (The Rack PDU does not require this cookie by default.) Option 43 = Where: The first byte (01) is the code. The second byte (04) is the length. The remaining bytes ( ) are the APC cookie. See your DHCP server documentation to add code to the Vendor Specific Information option. Note: By selecting the Require vendor specific cookie to accept DHCP Address check box in the Web interface, you can require the DHCP server to provide an APC cookie, which supplies information to the Rack PDU: Administration > Network>TCP/IP>ipv4 settings. 5
16 Command Line Interface 1. Log on to the command line interface. See Logging on to the Command Line Interface on page Contact your network administrator to obtain the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway for the Rack PDU. 3. Use these three commands to configure network settings. (Text in italics indicates a variable.) a. tcpip -i youripaddress b. tcpip -s yoursubnetmask c. tcpip -g yourdefaultgateway For each variable, type a numeric value that has the format xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx. For example, to set a system IP address of , type the following command and press ENTER: tcpip -i Type exit. The Rack PDU restarts to apply the changes. 6
17 Recovering from a Lost Password You can use a local computer (a computer that connects to the Rack PDU or other device through the serial port) to access the command line interface. 1. Select a serial port at the local computer, and disable any service that uses that port. 2. Connect the serial cable (APC part number A) to the selected port on the computer and to the Serial port at the Rack PDU. 3. Run a terminal program (such as HyperTerminal ) and configure the selected port for 9600 bps, 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit, and no flow control. 4. Press ENTER, repeatedly if necessary, to display the User Name prompt. If you are unable to display the User Name prompt, verify the following: The serial port is not in use by another application. The terminal settings are correct as specified in step 3. The correct cable is being used as specified in step Press the Reset button. The Status LED will flash alternately orange and green. Press the Reset button a second time immediately while the LED is flashing to reset the user name and password to their defaults temporarily. 6. Press ENTER, repeatedly if necessary, to display the User Name prompt again, then use the default, apc, for the user name and password. (If you take longer than 30 seconds to log on after the User Name prompt is redisplayed, you must repeat step 5 and log on again.) 7. At the command line interface, use the following commands to change the User Name and Password settings, both of which are now apc: user -an youradministratorname user -ap youradministratorpassword For example, to change the Administrator user name to Admin, type: user -an Admin 8. Type quit or exit to log off, reconnect any serial cable you disconnected, and restart any service you disabled. 7
18 Rack PDU Front Panel Temp/Humidity Out USB Rack PDU Input 229 V 19.1 A 4.37 kw SELECT MAIN Select Scroll Main Menu - OK - Warning - Overload Reset Network x In Serial pdu0510a Item Function Display Shows information about the Rack PDU. In normal operation, input voltage, current, and power refreshes every five seconds. To reverse the text, press and hold simultaneously for five seconds the Main Menu ( ), Scroll ( ), and Select ( ) buttons. See Display tree on page 10. SELECT MAIN Input 229 V 19.1 A 4.37 kw Input 229 V 19.1 A 4.37 kw MAIN SELECT Main Menu button Press to view the Rack PDU electrical input, shown below. Input 229 V 19.1 A 4.37 kw SELECT MAIN Scroll button Press once to display the menu. Press additional times to highlight the desired menu option. Outlet Current Temp/Humidity Software Info SKU/Serial # SELECT MAIN Select button With a menu option highlighted, press the Select button to display Rack PDU information. Software Info is shown below. IPv4 Address SELECT MAIN 8
19 Item Function OK, Warning, Overload LED Indicates the status of the Rack PDU load. See Load indicator LED on page 12. Temp/Humidity port Port for connecting an APC Temperature Sensor (AP9335T) or an APC Temperature/Humidity Sensor (AP9335TH). In and Out ports (For future use) USB port For use with a flash drive for firmware upgrades. RJ-12 Serial Port Port for connecting the Rack PDU to a terminal emulator program for local access to the command line interface. Use the supplied serial cable (APC part number A). 10/100 Base-T Connector Connects the Rack PDU to the network. Network Status LED See Network Status LED on page /100 LED See 10/100 LED on page 11. Reset button Resets the Rack PDU without affecting the outlet status. 9
20 Display tree Main Phase V 5.3 A 0.61 kw Phase 2 5 sec 117 V 5.2 A 5 sec 0.60 kw Phase V 5.2 A 0.60 kw MAIN SELECT MAIN SELECT MAIN SELECT 5 sec 5 sec Sensor Temp: 45.6ºC Hum: 37.8% 5 sec Bank Current 1: 3.0 A 2: 3.0 A 3: 3.0 A 5 sec Phase Current 1: 5.3 A 2: 5.2 A 3: 5.2 A MAIN SELECT MAIN SELECT MAIN SELECT (Appears only when a sensor is connected.) (Applies to select Rack PDUs only.) Temp/Humidity Software Info SKU/Serial # Sensor Temp: 45.6ºC Hum: 37.8% MAIN SELECT MAIN SELECT IPv4 Address xx.xxx.xxx.xxx MAIN SELECT AOS x.x.x APP x.x.x MAIN SELECT LCD Contrast 5 / 9 Press "Select" to adjust MAIN SELECT LCD Backlight On Press "Select" to switch MAIN SELECT pdu0532a Model AP8xxx Serial Number xxxxxxxxxx MAIN SELECT 10
21 Network Status LED Condition Off Solid Green Solid Orange Flashing Green Flashing Orange Alternately flashing green and orange Description One of the following situations exists: The Rack PDU is not receiving input power. The Rack PDU is not operating properly. It may need to be repaired or replaced. Contact APC Customer Support. See APC Worldwide Customer Support on page 111. The Rack PDU has valid TCP/IP settings. A hardware failure has been detected in the Rack PDU. Contact APC Customer Support. See APC Worldwide Customer Support on page 111. The Rack PDU does not have valid TCP/IP settings. The Rack PDU is making BOOTP requests. If the LED is flashing slowly, the Rack PDU is making DHCP 2 requests 1. If the LED is flashing rapidly, the Rack PDU is starting up. 1. If you do not use a BOOTP or DHCP server, see Establishing Network Settings on page 3 to configure the TCP/IP settings of the Rack PDU. 2. To use a DHCP server, see TCP/IP and Communication Settings on page /100 LED Condition Off Solid green Solid orange Flashing green Flashing orange Description One or more of the following situations exists: The Rack PDU is not receiving input power. The cable that connects the Rack PDU to the network is disconnected or defective The Rack PDU to the network is turned off. The Rack PDU itself is not operating properly. It may need to be repaired or replaced. Contact APC Customer Support. See APC Worldwide Customer Support on page 111. The Rack PDU is connected to a network operating at 10 Megabits per second (Mbps). The Rack PDU is connected to a network operating at 100 Mbps. The Rack PDU is receiving or transmitting data packets at 10 Mbps. The Rack PDU is receiving or transmitting data packets at 100 Mbps. 11
22 Load indicator LED The load indicator LED identifies overload and warning conditions for Rack PDU. Condition Solid Green Solid Yellow Flashing Red Description OK. No load alarms (warning or critical) are present. Warning. At least one load warning alarm is present, but no critical alarms are present. Overload. At least one load critical alarm is present. 12
23 Command Line Interface About the Command Line Interface You can use the command line interface to view the status of and configure and manage the Rack PDU. In addition, the command line interface enables you to create scripts for automated operation. An Administrator has full access to the Command Line Interface, a Device user has limited access, and a Read-Only user is completely restricted. (For additional details, see Types of User Accounts on page 2.) You can configure all parameters of a Rack PDU (including those for which there are not specific CLI commands) by using the CLI to transfer an INI file to the Rack PDU. The CLI uses XMODEM to perform the transfer. However, you cannot read the current INI file through XMODEM. 13
24 Logging on to the Command Line Interface To access the command line interface, you can use either a local (serial) connection or a remote (Telnet or SSH) connection with a computer on the same network as the Rack PDU. Remote access to the command line interface You can access the command line interface through Telnet or SSH. Telnet is enabled by default. Enabling SSH disables Telnet. To enable or disable these access methods, use the Web interface. On the Administration tab, select Network on the top menu bar, and then the access option under Console on the left navigation menu. Telnet for basic access. Telnet provides the basic security of authentication by user name and password, but not the high-security benefits of encryption. To use Telnet to access the command line interface: 1. From a computer that has access to network on which the Rack PDU is installed, at a command prompt, type telnet and the IP address for the Rack PDU (for example, telnet , when the Rack PDU uses the default Telnet port of 23), and press ENTER. If the Rack PDU uses a non-default port number (from 5000 to 32768), you must include a colon or a space, depending on your Telnet client, between the IP address (or DNS name) and the port number. (These are commands for general usage: some clients don t allow you to specify the port as an argument and some types of Linux might want extra commands). 2. Enter the user name and password (by default, apc and apc for an Administrator, or device and apc for a Device User). If you cannot remember your user name or password, see Recovering from a Lost Password on page 7. SSH for high-security access. If you use the high security of SSL for the Web interface, use SSH for access to the command line interface. SSH encrypts user names, passwords, and transmitted data. The interface, user accounts, and user access rights are the same whether you access the command line interface through SSH or Telnet, but to use SSH, you must first configure SSH and have an SSH client program installed on your computer. Local access to the command line interface For local access, use a computer that connects to the Rack PDU through the serial port to access the command line interface: 1. Select a serial port at the computer and disable any service that uses that port. 2. Connect the serial cable (APC part number A) from the selected serial port on the computer to the Serial port on the Rack PDU. 3. Run a terminal program (e.g., HyperTerminal) and configure the selected port for 9600 bps, 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit, and no flow control. 4. Press ENTER. At the prompts, enter your user name and password. 14
25 About the Main Screen Following is an example of the main screen, which is displayed when you log on to the command line interface of a Rack PDU. American Power Conversion Network Management Card AOS vx.x.x (c)copyright 2009 All Rights Reserved RPDU 2g PPPP vx.x.x Name : Test Lab Date : 10/30/2009 Contact : Don Adams Time : 5:58:30 Location : Building 3 User : Administrator Up Time : 0 Days, 21 Hours, 21 Minutes Stat : P+ N4+ N6+ A+ APC> Two fields identify the APC operating system (AOS) and application (APP) firmware versions. The application firmware name identifies the type of device that connects to the network. In the example above, the application firmware for the Rack PDU is displayed. Network Management Card AOS RPDU 2g vx.x.x vx.x.x Three fields identify the system name, contact person, and location of the Rack PDU. Name : Test Lab Contact : Don Adams Location : Building 3 An Up Time field reports how long the Rack PDU has been running since it was last turned on or reset. Up Time : 0 Days, 21 Hours, 21 Minutes Two fields identify when you logged in, by date and time. Date : 10/30/2009 Time : 5:58:30 The User field identifies whether you logged in through the Administrator or Device Manager account. (The Read Only User account cannot access the command line interface.) User : Administrator 15
26 A Stat field reports the Rack PDU status. Stat : P+ N+ A+ P+ The APC operating system (AOS) is functioning properly. IPv4 only IPv6 only IPv4 and IPv6* Description N+ N+ N4+ N6+ The network is functioning properly. N? N6 N4? N6? A BOOTP request cycle is in progress. N N6 N4- N6- The Rack PDU failed to connect to the network. N! N6! N4! N6! Another device is using the Rack PDU IP address. * The N4 and N6 values can be different from one another: you could, for example, have N4- N6+. A+ The application is functioning properly. A The application has a bad checksum. A? The application is initializing. A! The application is not compatible with the AOS. If P+ is not displayed, contact APC support staff. See APC Worldwide Customer Support on page
27 Using the Command Line Interface At the command line interface, use commands to configure the Rack PDU. To use a command, type the command and press ENTER. Commands and arguments are valid in lowercase, uppercase, or mixed case. Options are case-sensitive. While using the command line interface, you can also do the following: Type? and press ENTER to view a list of available commands, based on your account type. To obtain information about the purpose and syntax of a specified command, type the command, a space, and? or the word help. For example, to view RADIUS configuration options, type: radius? or radius help Press the UP arrow key to view the command that was entered most recently in the session. Use the UP and DOWN arrow keys to scroll through a list of up to ten previous commands. Type at least one letter of a command and press the TAB key to scroll through a list of valid commands that match the text you typed in the command line. Type exit or quit to close the connection to the command line interface. 17
28 Command Syntax Item Description - Options are preceded by a hyphen. < > Definitions of options are enclosed in angle brackets. For example: -dp <device password> [ ] If a command accepts multiple options or an option accepts mutually exclusive arguments, the values may be enclosed in brackets. A vertical line between items enclosed in brackets or angle brackets indicates that the items are mutually exclusive. You must use one of the items. Example of a command that supports multiple options: user [-an <admin name>] [-ap <admin password>] In this example, the user command accepts the option -an, which defines the Administrator user name, and the option -ap, which defines the Administrator password. To change the Administrator user name and password to XYZ: 1. Type the user command, one option, and the argument XYZ: user -ap XYZ 2. After the first command succeeds, type the user command, the second option, and the argument XYZ: user -an XYZ Example of a command that accepts mutually exclusive arguments for an option: alarmcount -p [all warning critical] In this example, the option -p accepts only three arguments: all, warning, or critical. For example, to view the number of active critical alarms, type: alarmcount -p critical The command will fail if you type an argument that is not specified. 18
29 Command Response Codes The command response codes enable scripted operations to detect error conditions reliably without having to match error message text: The CLI reports all command operations with the following format: E [0-9] [0-9] [0-9] : Error message Code E000 E001 E002 E100 E101 E102 E103 E104 E105 E106 E107 Message Success Successfully Issued Reboot required for change to take effect Command failed Command not found Parameter Error Command Line Error User Level Denial Command Prefill Data Not Available Serial communication with the Rack PDU has been lost 19
30 Network Management Card Command Descriptions? about Access: Administrator, Device User Description: View a list of all the CLI commands available to your account type. To view help text for a specific command, type the command followed by a question mark. Example: To view a list of options that are accepted by the alarmcount command, type: alarmcount? Access: Administrator, Device User Description: View hardware and firmware information. This information is useful in troubleshooting and enables you to determine if updated firmware is available at the APC Web site. alarmcount Access: Administrator, Device User Description: Option Arguments Description -p all View the number of active alarms reported by the Rack PDU. Information about the alarms is provided in the event log. warning critical View the number of active warning alarms. View the number of active critical alarms. Example: To view all active warning alarms, type: alarmcount -p warning 20
31 boot Access: Administrator only Description: Define how the Rack PDU will obtain its network settings, including the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway. Then configure the BOOTP or DHCP server settings. Option Argument Description -b <boot mode> dhcp bootp manual Define how the TCP/IP settings will be configured when the Rack PDU turns on, resets, or restarts. See TCP/IP and Communication Settings on page 62 for information about each boot mode setting. -c enable disable dhcp and dhcpbootp boot modes only. Enable or disable the requirement that the DHCP server provide the APC cookie. The default values for these three settings generally do not need to be changed: -v <vendor class>: APC -i <client id>: The MAC address of the Rack PDU, which uniquely identifies it on the network -u <user class>: The name of the application firmware module Example: To use a DHCP server to obtain network settings: 1. Type boot -b dhcp 2. Enable the requirement that the DHCP server provide the APC cookie: boot -c enable 3. Define the number of retries that will occur if the Rack PDU does not receive a valid response from the initial request: boot -s 5 cd Access: Administrator, Device User Description: Navigate to a folder in the directory structure of the Rack PDU. Example 1: To change to the ssh folder and confirm that an SSH security certificate was uploaded to the Rack PDU: 1. Type cd ssh and press ENTER. 2. Type dir and press ENTER to list the files stored in the SSH folder. Example 2: To return to the main directory folder, type: cd.. 21
32 console Access: Administrator only Description: Define whether users can access the command line interface using Telnet, which is enabled by default, or Secure SHell (SSH), which provides protection by transmitting user names, passwords, and data in encrypted form. You can change the Telnet or SSH port setting for additional security. Alternately, disable network access to the command line interface. Option Argument Description -S disable telnet ssh Configure access to the command line interface, or use the disable command to prevent access. Enabling SSH enables SCP and disables Telnet. -pt <telnet port n> Define the Telnet port used to communicate with the Rack PDU (23 by default). -ps <SSH port n> Define the SSH port used to communicate with the Rack PDU (22 by default). -b Configure the speed fo the serial port connection (9600 bps by default). Example 1: To enable SSH access to the command line interface, type: console -s ssh Example 2: To change the Telnet port to 5000, type: console -pt
33 date Access: Administrator only Definition: Configure the date used by the Rack PDU. To configure an NTP server to define the date and time for the Rack PDU, see Set the Date and Time on page 82. Option Argument Description -d < datestring > Set the current date. Use the date format specified by the date -f command. -t <00:00:00> Configure the current time, in hours, minutes, and seconds. Use the 24-hour clock format. -f mm/dd/yy dd.mm.yyyy mmm-dd-yy dd-mmm-yy yyyy-mm-dd -z <time zone offset> Select the numerical format in which to display all dates in this user interface. Each letter m (for month), d (for day), and y (for year) represents one digit. Single-digit days and months are displayed with a leading zero. Set the difference with GMT in order to specify your time zone. This enables you to synchronize with other people in different time zones. Example 1: To display the date using the format yyyy-mm-dd, type: date -f yyyy-mm-dd Example 2: To define the date as October 30, 2009, using the format configured in the preceding example, type: date -d Example 3: To define the time as 5:21:03 p.m., type: date -t 17:21:03 23
34 delete Access: Administrator only Description: Delete the event or data log, or delete a file in the file system. Argument <file name> Description Type the name of the file to delete. Example: To delete the event log: 1. Navigate to the folder that contains the file to delete. For example, to navigate to the logs folder, type: cd logs 2. To view the files in the Logs folder, type: dir The file event.txt is listed. 3. Type delete event.txt. dir Access: Administrator, Device User Description: View the files and folders stored on the Rack PDU. dns Access: Administrator only Definition: Configure the manual Domain Name System (DNS) settings. Parameter Argument Description -OM enable disable Override the manual DNS. -p <primary DNS server> -s <secondary DNS server> Set the primary DNS server. Set the secondary DNS server. -d <domain name> Set the domain name. -n <domain name IPv6> Set the domain name IPv6. -h <host name> Set the host name. 24
35 eventlog Access: Administrator, Device User Description: View the date and time you retrieved the event log, the status of the Rack PDU, and the status of sensors connected to the Rack PDU. View the most recent device events and the date and time they occurred. Use the following keys to navigate the event log: Key ESC ENTER SPACEBAR B D Description Close the event log and return to the command line interface. Update the log display. Use this command to view events that were recorded after you last retrieved and displayed the log. View the next page of the event log. View the preceding page of the event log. This command is not available at the main page of the event log. Delete the event log. Follow the prompts to confirm or deny the deletion. Deleted events cannot be retrieved. exit format Access: Administrator, Device User Description: Exit from the command line interface session. Access: Administrator only Description: Reformat the file system of the Rack PDU and erase all security certificates, encryption keys, configuration settings, and the event and data logs. Be careful with this command. Note: To reset the Rack PDU to its default configuration, use the resettodef command. 25
36 FTP Access: Administrator only Description: Enable or disable access to the FTP server. Optionally, change the port setting to the number of any unused port from 5001 to for added security. Option Argument Definition -p <port number> Define the TCP/IP port that the FTP server uses to communicate with the Rack PDU (21 by default). The FTP server uses both the specified port and the port one number lower than the specified port. -S enable disable Configure access to the FTP server. Example: To change the TCP/IP port to 5001, type: ftp -p 5001 help netstat Access: Administrator, Device User Description: View a list of all the CLI commands available to your account type. To view help text for a specific command, type the command followed by help. Example 1: To view a list of commands available to someone logged on as a Device User, type: help Example 2: To view a list of options that are accepted by the alarmcount command, type: alarmcount help Access: Administrator, Device User Description: View the status of the network and all active IPv4 and IPv6 addresses. 26
37 ntp Access: Administrator, Device User Description: View and configure the network time protocol parameters. Option Argument Definition -OM enable disable Override the manual settings. -p <primary NTP server> -s <secondary NTP server> Specify the primary server. Specify the secondary server. Example 1: To enable the override of manual setting, type: ntp -OM enable Example 2: To specify the primary NTP server, type: ntp -p ping Access: Administrator, Device User Description. Determine whether the device with the IP address or DNS name you specify is connected to the network. Four inquiries are sent to the address. Argument <IP address or DNS name> Description Type an IP address with the format xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx, or the DNS name configured by the DNS server. Example: To determine whether a device with an IP address of is connected to the network, type: ping portspeed Access: Administrator Description: Option Arguments Description -s auto 10H 10F 100H 100 F Define the communication speed of the Ethernet port. The auto command enables the Ethernet devices to negotiate to transmit at the highest possible speed. See Port Speed on page 65 for more information about the port speed settings. Example: To configure the TCP/IP port to communicate using 100 Mbps with half-duplex communication (communication in only one direction at a time), type: portspeed -s 100H 27
38 prompt Access: Administrator, Device User Description: Configure the command line interface prompt to include or exclude the account type of the currently logged-in user. Any user can change this setting; all user accounts will be updated to use the new setting. Option Argument Description -s long The prompt includes the account type of the currently logged-in user. short The default setting. The prompt is four characters long: APC> Example: To include the account type of the currently logged-in user in the command prompt, type: prompt -s long quit Access: Administrator, Device User Description: Exit from the command line interface session (this works the same as the exit command). 28
39 radius Access: Administrator only Description: View the existing RADIUS settings, enable or disable RADIUS authentication, and configure basic authentication parameters for up to two RADIUS servers. For a summary of RADIUS server configuration and a list of supported RADIUS servers, see Configuring the RADIUS Server. Additional authentication parameters for RADIUS servers are available at the Web interface of the Rack PDU. See RADIUS for more information. For detailed information about configuring your RADIUS server, see the Security Handbook, available at Option Argument Description -a local radiuslocal radius Configure RADIUS authentication: local RADIUS is disabled. Local authentication is enabled. -p1 -p2 -s1 -s2 -t1 -t2 Example 1: <server IP> <server secret> <server timeout> radiuslocal RADIUS, then Local Authentication. RADIUS and local authentication are enabled. Authentication is requested from the RADIUS server first. If the RADIUS server fails to respond, local authentication is used. radius RADIUS is enabled. Local authentication is disabled. The server name or IP address of the primary or secondary RADIUS server. Note: RADIUS servers use port 1812 by default to authenticate users. To use a different port, add a colon followed by the new port number to the end of the RADIUS server name or IP address. The shared secret between the primary or secondary RADIUS server and the Rack PDU. The time in seconds that the Rack PDU waits for a response from the primary or secondary RADIUS server. To view the existing RADIUS settings for the Rack PDU, type radius and press ENTER. Example 2: To enable RADIUS and local authentication, type: radius -a radiuslocal Example 3: To configure a 10-second timeout for a secondary RADIUS server, type: radius -t
40 reboot Access: Administrator only Description: Restart the interface of the Rack PDU. resettodef Access: Administrator only Description: Reset all parameters to their default. Example: To reset all of the configuration changes except the TCP/IP settings for the Rack PDU, type: resettodef -p keepip snmp, snmpv3 system Option Arguments Description -p all keepip Reset all configuration changes, including event actions, device settings, and, optionally, TCP/IP configuration settings. Access: Administrator only Description: Enable or disable SNMP 1 or SNMP 3. Option Arguments Description -S enable disable Enable or display the respective version of SNMP, 1 or 3. Example: To enable SNMP version 1, type: snmp -S enable Access: Administrator only Description: View and set the system name, the contact, the location and view up time as well as the date and time, the logged-on user, and the high-level system status P, N, A (see About the Main Screen on page 15 for more information about system status). Option Argument Description -n <system name> Define the device name, the name of the person responsible for the -c <system contact> device, and the physical location of the device. Note: If you define a value with more than one word, you must -l <system location> enclose the value in quotation marks. These values are also used by InfraStruxure Central and the Rack PDU s SNMP agent. Example 1: To set the device location as Test Lab, type: system -l Test Lab Example 2: To set the system name as Don Adams, type: system -n Don Adams 30
41 tcpip tcpip6 Access: Administrator only Description: View and manually configure these network settings for the Rack PDU: Option Argument Description -i <IP address> Type the IP address of the Rack PDU, using the format xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx -s <subnet mask> Type the subnet mask for the Rack PDU. -g <gateway> Type the IP address of the default gateway. Do not use the loopback address ( ) as the default gateway. -d <domain name> Type the DNS name configured by the DNS server. -h <host name> Type the host name that the Rack PDU will use. Example 1: To view the network settings of the Rack PDU, type tcpip and press ENTER. Example 2: To manually configure an IP address of for the Rack PDU, type: tcpip -i Access: Administrator only Description: Enable IPv6 and view and manually configure these network settings for the Rack PDU: Option Argument Description -S enable disable Enable or disable IPv6. -man enable disable Enable manual addressing for the IPv6 address of the Rack PDU. -auto enable disable Enable the Rack PDU to automatically configure the IPv6 address. -i <IPv6 address> Set the IPv6 address of the Rack PDU. -g <IPv6 gateway> Set the IPv6 address of the default gateway. -d6 router statefull statelss never Set the DHCPv6 mode, with parameters of router controlled, statefull (for address and other information, they maintain their status), stateless (for information other than address, the status is not maintained), never. Example 1: To view the network settings of the Rack PDU, type tcpip6 and press ENTER. Example 2: To manually configure an IPv6 address of 2001:0:0:0:0:FFD3:0:57ab for the Rack PDU, type: tcpip -i 2001:0:0:0:0:FFD3:0:57ab 31
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